See this film retrospective: Films Of Isaac Julien @ the ICA

Looking for Langston (1989)

Before there was Steve McQueen, director of Shame, there was another British Turner Prize-winning artist making provocative, innovative, non-compromising films. Isaac Julien established himself as a filmmaker of note in 1989 with his Looking For Langston, a dream-like reverie about the Harlem Renaissance and the poet Langston Hughes. It will be screening as part of the Institute of Contemporary Arts retrospective Films Of Isaac Julien along with other examples of his cinematic explorations of black and gay identity. The three film programs start at noon and run in conjunction with the ongoing exhibition Isaac Julien: Ten Thousand Waves. That's on Sunday, January 29 at the ICA, 100 Northern Ave, Boston | $10; $8 students | 617.478.3100 or

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